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Corner Of Dawson And Davie Raleigh, NC - CentralThere is no crosswalk signal and a missing crosswalk at this very busy intersection.
123-157 East Martin Street Raleigh, NC - Central
Homeless Vagrants are Loitering on benches next to the entrance to Moore Square Transit Station
There is no Bus stop in this location
( ~148 East Martin Street) so people have no right
to illegally loiter here - note that the
Moore Square Transit Station's blue signs with
"no excessive malingering" applies here
7025 Brecken Ridge Avenue Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Council District AThe back gate is open to a swimming pool area, creating a possible hazard for people and animals. There are no lights on or activity, the property may be abandoned. A while back, there was a lot of construction at random times and days on the back of the house and the outbuilding, leaving some debris behind the fence, and a concern as to the safety and quality of the construction.
200 South Mcdowell Street Raleigh, North Carolina - CentralThere are homeless people bringing weapons around with them at Moore and Nash Square Parks, what is RPD going to do about this problem ?
8336 Wynewood Ct Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Council District BMajor potholes in front of this address
119 W Drewry Lane Raleigh, NC - Six ForksAn infrastructure project on Drewry Lane has dragged on entirely too long. The only way around the street obstruction is a detour that re-routes traffic onto Six Forks Road at intersections without stoplights. An alternative might be Ramblewood, but Ramblewood is often down to one lane because of construction on a huge new development. The neighbors were told that the Drewry Lane project would be completed before the end of 2012. It is now February 4. If this project was undertaken by the city, it should be prioritized. If it is a project undertaken by a private contractor, it is time to impose penalties. There seems to be no activity there at all. When can we expect an update on the status and completion date? We are totally in the dark.
125-199 East Lenoir Street Raleigh, NC - Blount CorridorHomeless Vagrants illegally sitting on CAT bus stop bench causing CAT buses to ignore (drive past the stop) people waiting at the CAT bus stop
King Charles Raleigh, NC - East Raleigh
For months, the King Charles neighborhoods in Raleigh (Lockwood, Gatewood, Longview Gardens, Windsor Park, etc.) have been overrun with stray and loose dogs. Many neighbors (and children and dogs on leashes) have been attacked while walking or even just in their own yards. People walk carrying clubs and sticks because the encounters are so frequent. Animal Control has been notified many times in the last two years, yet the situation has not improved. Multiple neighbors report that when they call Animal Control, officers show up to pick up dogs that are sitting or laying in yards, and when the dogs move a few feet away, they shrug and leave. Meanwhile, negligent dog owners let their pets out to run the neighborhoods, or keep their fences in such disrepair that the dogs come and go as they please.
Four dogs have been in the emergency room as a result of attacks by a regularly escaping St. Bernard at 2263 Rumson Rd., and the same dog has attacked children and families on the Greenway, as well as neighbors walking on the street.
Two pit bulls and a rottweiler regularly escape from homes at the dead end of Brighton Rd near Millbank and have repeatedly attacked neighbors, children, and walking dogs.
There is a boxer mix that lives on Somerset Road between Plymouth and Crabtree who is routinely allowed to run loose in the neighborhood.
There are two German shepherds running wild on Millbank today (Animal Control has been notified, as always), and dozens of other dogs have approached myself and other neighbors on the street in the last few months. The same dogs are allowed to "escape" their yards or homes regularly, and if Animal Control catches them, they end up back outdoors again within a week.
Enough is enough. DO SOMETHING besides showing up with a leash in hand and hoping the dogs will be agreeable about leaving the neighborhood.
Raleigh Beltline Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
Accidents in this area were averaging 2 a week for May-July, and jumped to 5/week for August.
Here is a video of the exact problem I experienced:
Here's the WRAL story on my 8/13 accident:
NCDOT standards for road marking removal, set forth in "Standard Specifications for Roads and Structures". NCDOT: Raleigh, NC. Div. 12, Sec. 1205 (I - Removal of Pavement Markings), lines 38-39, "Leave the pavement surface in a condition that will not mislead or misdirect the motorist.". This requirement has not been met along the Fortify construction zone because, in several places, markings diverge and the old ones are almost as visible as the new. See https://connect.ncdot.gov/resources/safety/Signing%20and%20Delineation%20Library/Roadway%20Standard%20Specifications%20Division%2012%20-%20Pavement%20Markings,%20Markers%20and%20Delineation.pdf
2533 Remington Road Raleigh, NC 27610, USA - East RaleighTrash is all over the playground:(
We had to leave because it was so bad!
825 W Morgan St Raleigh, NC - Hillsborough
Drunks and Homeless Don't Mix.
A homeless shelter for recovering alcoholics next to a bar that serves nothing else than alcohol makes a great mix. I'm all for Trophy coming to the neighborhood, but I think they should have to serve food, it is a drunk fest as it is, but Raleigh needs to start a conversation about Cornerstone with the County. The Homeless at Cornerstone are drinking and smoking and littering the street. Our once quiet neighborhood doesnt need this.
227 South Wilmington Street Raleigh, North Carolina - CentralThere needs to be a bike rack at the entrance to Moore Square Parking Deck. Some type of rack that could hold dozens would be awesome, as there are bikes hitched to every pole and staircase in the area. Thank you.